I’ve searched (forum and codex) and I have not found the answer to my specific question. The only post that mentioned a similar problem is 6 months old and is still unresolved.
I have installed WP locally (using Xampp) to conduct tests and design my own theme (tweaking an existing theme).
I am teaching myself all the necessary skills (tags, PHP, CSS, etc) on the run – admitedly I’m a newbie in all that, so bear with me.
So that I can test all possibilities of my theme as I tweak it, it would be interesting to have some kind of sample database with a dozen or so posts, with comments, links, pages, etc. I’m thinking something like the very database used in this site’s “Theme Viewer”…
Is anything like that available now, or is there anyway to (I don’t know if the word is correct in English) ‘leech’ that sample database Theme Viewer uses?
I guess you could tell me to move my *ss and build one mock database myself, but it would take forever (given my tech knowledge) and it would never be as comprehensive as, say, ThemeViewer’s…
(I’ve written to the admins of Theme Viewer as well asking about their mock database…)
Thanks. Looking forward to your answer.
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